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Belmont Media Center invites you to our Fall Open House on Thursday, September 22nd from 6:00 - 8:00PM. Come down to 9 Lexington Street in Waverley Square and discover all that BMC offers you, your students, local organizations, then sample some tasty barbecue from Tony G’s and grab a delicious dessert from Yum Bunnies and more.
Event Date: 
Thu, 09/22/2016 -
6:00pm to 8:00pm
On September 12th, the Belmont League of Women Voters presented a forum on the Minuteman Regional High School ballot question. Remember to vote on Tuesday, September 20th between 12 and 8 PM. This Forum is available online here: http://vp.telvue.com/preview?id=T02787&video=287867
Volunteers are needed for a studio taping of “Caring for Others, Caring for Ourselves,” an hour long panel discussion on caregiving. This episode will explore the role art can play in healing. The recording will take place on Tuesday, September 6 th at 3:00 PM at BMC’s Studio. Crew call will be at...
We are looking for a volunteer to record a presentation at the Beech Street Center. Roberta Robinson of Cambridge Health Alliance will be giving a talk on PACE, the Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly, which helps adults with medical conditions pay for care without moving to a nursing...
BMC staff and board are volunteering and participating at this national conference in Boston Thursday thru Saturday, at the Westin Hotel in the Seaport. http://www.allcommunitymedia.org/annual-conference You can see a live feed from the conference here:
Vietnam Memorial, The Moving Wall will air Live on channel 8 (Comcast) and channel 28 (Verizon) TONIGHT starting at 6:00 PM. Ceremony will begin at 7:00 PM. Coverage is provided by Waltham Community Access.
The incomparable guitarist John Baboian with his quartet and special guest vocalist Steve Marvin at Payson Park Music Festival, watch and listen here: http://goo.gl/WhZquM Sponsored by East Cambridge Savings Bank and the Baystate Charitable Fund. Filmed and edited by BMC interns Grace Ramsey and...
"The Banza", a jungle tale and heartfelt musical performed by the talented kids (kids ages 5-11) of Powers Music School's Pow Wow Session IV. Watch the endearing performance here: http://goo.gl/iTiaBU
he Belmont Community Summer Band worked hard to bring us a wonderful variety of music including show tunes, film soundtrack medleys, folk music and more. They were fantastic! We recorded them at Payson Park Music Festival in stereo and with 3 cameras run by volunteers. See and hear the concert led...
These kids are talented! Powers Music School presents their annual Music On The Hill student concert. Includes string and wind trios, a fiddle ensemble, a jazz ensemble, and a full orchestra with works by Beethoven, Mozart, Tchaikovsky, John Coltrane, traditional American marches, Scottish reels,...

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